"The time will come when, with elation, you will greet yourself arriving at your own door, in your own mirror, and each will smile at the other’s welcome." — Derek Walcott (Sea Grapes)


  1. Good morning Elizabeth!... I discovered that you followed my blog this morning and decided that it was high time to visit your blog. I apologize for the delay in doing so... and felt compelled to mention how enjoyable it was to read through your journal.

    I love the crisp... colourful visual content... a vertitable record of your daily comings and goings which takes it past being simply "journalistic".

    I love your terse injections of favourite poets, writers and artists to compliment your lovely sketches! I was deeply moved by the L.M Montgomery quote that you used on Sunday, October 20th. Oh ... that we could leave paintings which spoke so eloquently. I might use that quote in my next post (with proper credit(s)! HA HA!

    The Universe is a mysterious place. I too... love Venice. I spent eight weeks there... studying ... painting and wandering... to eventually find my Self. My professor/ friend was... Elizabeth Harding! How strange is that????

    I shall return to see what's new!

    Good Journaling and Painting!
    Warm regards,
    Bruce Sherman

  2. Many thanks for your kind words. I have been to Venice 9 times and one of those times I had a chance to work there and wander and contemplate life too.... No relation though but very coincidental.

  3. I love how the windows are so welcoming. I can imagine someone coming back here and feeling very much like it is home.


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